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Where did the tradition of kissing on New Year's come from? Historians date this practice back to the Ancient Romans who would throw a big party every New Year's Eve called the Festival of Saturnalia where they would kiss and generally debauch one another as much as possible. Later on, the English and Germans. 6 Feb OPINION: NFL player Tom Brady did not win the Super Bowl, but he has shouldered his fair-share of trouble in recent years, so he will no doubt be fine. Although, no controversy so far has generated the level of uneasiness expressed on social media for the simple act of giving his year-old son a kiss on. 27 Dec Ever wondered why people kiss on New Year's Eve? Here are a few theories, backed by history. 6 Feb OPINION: NFL player Tom Brady did not win the Super Bowl, but he has shouldered his fair-share of trouble in recent years, so he will no doubt be fine. Although, no controversy so far has generated the level of uneasiness expressed on social media for the simple act of giving his year-old son a kiss on. Where did the tradition of kissing on New Year's come from? Historians date this practice back to the Ancient Romans who would throw a big party every New Year's Eve called the Festival of Saturnalia where they would kiss and generally debauch one another as much as possible. Later on, the English and Germans. In some Western cultures, it is a custom for people to kiss at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Eve. Some hold the superstition that failing to kiss someone ensures a year of loneliness. When celebrating at a Scottish Hogmanay party, it is custom to try to give a kiss to everyone in the.

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